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It was on the Derby, he himself having bet that the Prince of Wale's horse would win.
As the thought passed through her, she saw on Amy's neck a frightful upswollen wale.
WEIGHED AND WANTINGGEORGE MACDONALD
Mr. Quintus Slide, when he was really anxious to use his thong earnestly, could generally raise a wale.
PHINEAS FINNANTHONY TROLLOPE
We may doubt, however, whether she had ever realized how terribly her scourges would wale him.
MR. SCARBOROUGH'S FAMILYANTHONY TROLLOPE
His business was to wale dismal, and bow his head down, the band (a barrel organ and a wiolin) playin slow and melancholly moosic.
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF ARTEMUS WARDCHARLES FARRAR BROWNE (AKA ARTEMUS WARD)
Take a long weaver; push one end of it through the wale under the second row.
Push the weaver through the wale, under the second row and out again, and once more wind across the handle bow.
The form is plural, however much the meaning may be singular; so that the -s in Wale-s is the -s in fathers, &c.
Frontispiece and six smaller illustrations by Grignion after the designs of Wale.
Frontispiece, fifteen plates in compartments, and seven vignettes by Grignion after Wale.

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